A native of Idaho, Rosemary Luckett graduated from Saint Mary College, Leavenworth, Kansas in 1964. Since then she has lived in Northern Virginia. In addition to maintaining a teaching studio, she spent eleven years as a working member of the Fiberworks Studio Gallery in the Torpedo Factory Art Center, Alexandria, VA. Currently she is teaching collage and sculpture at the Art League School in Alexandria and creating art in her own Second River Studio located in the woods beside her home. Rosemary’s work has been exhibited in many galleries and art centers including the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Delaplaine Art Center (MD), Franz Bader Gallery, Catholic University (Washington, DC), Barrington Center for the Arts (MA), Grounds For Sculpture (Hamilton, NJ), Woman Made Gallery (Chicago), Marywood University (Scranton, PA), Bauhaus Contemporary Art Gallery (Wilmington, NC), Visions Gallery (Albany, NY) Mark Palmer Gallery (KY), and numerous other galleries around the country. In Washington, DC She is represented by Touchstone Gallery.
“I feel it is important that people see the connections between their cars, our distressed economy, and the need to reduce our dependence on cars especially oil powered vehicles.”Rosemary Luckett